Grays Harbor County is home to approximately 68,800 residents. The County is governed by an
elected, three-member Board of Commissioners and operates on a $91 million annual budget. Its
more than 440 employees provide public safety (sheriff and judicial services), construction and
maintenance of roads and bridges, sanitation facilities, health and social services, cultural and
recreational facilities and activities, planning and zoning services and general administrative
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
Back to the 2011 or 2009 or 2007 or 2005 or 2003 or 2001 or 1999 or 1997 or 1995 or lbloom.net State of Washington Employees Salaries List
Here's a link to the Grays Harbor County webpage. http://www.co.grays-harbor.wa.us/
page 1 of the Grays Harbor county employees
Here's the freedom of information request letter I sent to Grays Harbor County.
Here's an e-mail Grays Harbor county sent me on 7/22/2003
From: Vern Spatz
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2003 2:51 PM
Subject: Info request PubInf - Bloom.doc (20.5kb)
The original of the letter with attached form were dropped in the mail today. You should get them soon.
Grays Harbor County Auditor
1498 S West Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
This is in response to your request dated July 16 for the names, job titles, and salaries of employees of Grays Harbor County.
It is our policy that all records of Grays Harbor County are public records unless specifically exempted by statute. In order to meet your request please fill out and return the attached form along with $3.08 to cover copies ($2.25) and postage ($.83). Please be sure to sign the request under the statement that the information will not be used for “commercial” purposes.
The information you requested ran to 15 pages. I have them ready and will hold them to mail on receipt of your response.
Here's the letter Grays Harbor sent me on Jully 22, 2003.
Here's the request to inspect or copy public records form Grays Harbor County sent me to fill out.
Clicking on the above picture will take you to a page about the webmaster.
A freedom of information letter template is at http://www.splc.org/foiletter.asp
Washington State newspapers have detailed information about access to public records at http://www.openwashington.com/
Here's information on Washington State websites about counties, ports, school districts, cities, ect...
In Nov 2002, the Wa St Court of Appeals, ruled that government employees names cannot be kept secret.